Halesworth & District Museum
Housed in the Victorian railway station, this entirely volunteer-run museum explores the history of the Halesworth area, with focuses on prehistory, the Romans, the Medieval town and later trade, agriculture and industry, in particular the town's malting and brewing industry. There is a special emphasis on local military history.
A study corner contains researchmaterials for anyone interested in exploring more deeply local social or family history.
Group visits can be arranged with the Curator.
|Season Dates||Opening Hours|
|Notes||Closed 1st December - 31 January
ContactMr Mike Fordham
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VenueHalesworth & District Museum
The Railway Station, Halesworth, Suffolk, IP19 8BZ
Map reference: TM 385777 Lat: 52.34546 Long: 1.50017
On approaching Halesworth, follow brown tourist signs for museum or station.
By Public Transport:
Local buses travel to Halesworth. Regular train service from Lowestoft and Ipswich.
Parking : free
Accessible by Public Transport : Halesworth station